Women shoulder important tasks at Fırat Water Treatment Plant

Seven women work in the Fırat Water Treatment Plant opened in Raqqa. Stating that they shoulder many tasks at the plant, they drew attention to the economic problems faced by them.

A call to the Climate Movement from the Make Rojava Green Again Campaign

We call up on you to defend Rojava! We call you to raise your voices and actions, to organize and to connect with each other. We call up on you to support us in solidarity and spread the word. Let’s build an international front fighting for climate-justice! Rojava can be a role model for humanity to save mother earth. Let’s stand up for it together!

The Rojava Revolution – A Decade On (Part I)

History of the Revolution: Much Achieved, Still Much to be Done.

Humanitarian disaster looms in Hesekê and Deir ez-Zor

There is an extreme water shortage in northern and eastern Syria. The water level in the Hesekê dam has dropped massively. A humanitarian catastrophe is looming in the greater regions of Hesekê and Deir ez-Zor.

They keep working in agriculture despite great challenges

Women fill many roles in agriculture because they are the only ones who can work in hard and challenging working conditions, which include working in the heat, and even on frosty days.

Draught, Euphrates Water Reduction Raise Farmers’ Concern In Syria’s Raqqa

Farmers in the northern countryside of Raqqa complain about the lack of water in the main channels and the drought of artesian wells which exposed agricultural crops to damage.

Despite Increasing Adversity, North and East Syria Continues to Provide Services and Reconstruction

In March 2019 when North and East Syria was fully liberated, the focus on the fight against ISIS switched from a military campaign to economic and humanitarian recovery for the affected people. In order to ensure a lasting defeat of ISIS, the poor socio-economic conditions that the organization took advantage of in the first place have to be sufficiently addressed.

Reduction of Euphrates water decreases electricity production in North-East Syria

As Turkey is reducing the levels of water in the Euphrates River, the production of electricity supplied to the cities in North and East Syria has dramatically decreased.

Harvest season for barley, wheat starts in Deir ez-Zor

Women of Deir ez-Zor, who have started reaping barley and wheat crops, complain that they could not get the desired results from the crops due to the insufficient rainfall and the low water level of the Euphrates River.

Turkish Dams Could Cause Environmental Disaster In Aleppo Region

Only one kilometer from Shahba Dam in the northern countryside of Syria’s Aleppo governorate, , the 50-year-old farmer Mahmoud Osso is staring at his land, which he has not cultivated this year due to drought and lack of rainfall.

Turkey’s Reduction Of Khabur River Water Threatens Fishery In Syria’s Northeast

Fishermen expressed on Sunday their concern over the increasing level of the pollution in the water of al-Basel Dam, south of Hasakah, northeast Syria, which led to the death of many fish.

Water Drop In Euphrates River By Turkey Portends Humanitarian Catastrophe In NE Syria

Hammoud Hamadin, an administrative official in the Tishreen Dam said on Saturday that Turkey’s reduction of the Euphrates River will lead the Tishreen Dam and drinking water pumping stations to stop working.